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The Mixx and Maxx trims for the Kia Soul have gone on sale

Korean car brand Kia have just launched their brand new vehicle additions to the popular selling Soul line up. The new trim levels both receive a new engine for the car and some additional pieces of equipment thrown in for good measure. These two new vehicle models are being called the Mixx and the Maxx. They both now represent the vehicle line up as the two highest spec ranges on offer with the car.


The Soul has proven to be one of the best selling vehicles in the city market and in the past has proven its worth against other manufacturers such as Ford and Renault amongst others. The first Soul model was originally produced in 2008 and was produced until last year. It was just this year that the second generation of the Soul was launched and has already proven to be a good seller for the mass manufacturer. What added pieces of kit can you expect to receive with the Mixx and Maxx models though are the worth the extra few pounds?


All new features to come along with the Kia Soul Mixx and Maxx


So firstly here we will take a look into the engines that will come along with the Mixx and Maxx and we see that the Kia brand have included the standard fitting of a 1.6 litre,petrol or diesel unit. An automatic six speed gearbox is also available with the vehicle but a manual transmission does come as standard. As far as some standard pieces of equipment to come along with the Mixx and Maxx come into play, we see that Kia have thrown in the additions of an eight inch touch screen sat nav system, automatic air conditioning,heated front seating and an infinity sound system too.


If you opt for the higher Mixx model you get all of these standard pieces of equipment and other components such as a keyless entry system,a fully leather interior,a panoramic sunroof,both front and rear parking sensors,push button start and a rear view mirror which is auto dimming.


Engine wise we see both the Mixx and Maxx taking the fight to a vast range of smaller city cars on the market like the Renault Clio and the Corsa from the Vauxhall firm. As for the new pieces of equipment though, we see the Soul opening up the doors to other big manufacturers such as BMW and Ford.


How much are the Mixx and Maxx Soul models selling for?


Prices for the Souls new Mixx and Maxx models start at £18,150 for the Mixx and £19,950 for the Maxx. We are also pleased to inform you that these new trim levels for the Soul are available to purchase right now.


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